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I have a powerpoint presentation with a menu and buttons on several slides. Now I want people only to be able to use the menu or de buttons/ hyperlinks but not by clicking the mouse or other clicks that jump to the next slide  like the arrow buttons or page up etc.
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Question by:rmaas
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by:R_Rajesh
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hi rmaas,

Try this:

select "slide transition" from the "slide show" menu. here under the "Acvance slide" section uncheck the "on mouse click" option then click on apply to all slides.
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sorry, didn't read your question properly. you will still be able to use the arrow keys and pageup keys.

will make another post if i can find a solution...
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R_Rajesh earned 500 total points
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try this:

select "setup show" from "slide show" menu
Select the "Browsed at a kiosk(full screen)" option.
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